How To Use Saddlebow In A Sentence

  • Pierre, bending over his saddlebow and hardly able to control his shying horse, galloped ahead of the soldiers where there was a free space. War and Peace
  • MacRannoch nodded toward the trees behind me, and I whirled to see a rider making his way carefully through the branches, a bulky cloth-covered shape draped across the saddlebow in front of him. Sick Cycle Carousel
  • And he overcame him, and parted his head from his body, and hung it upon his saddlebow in triumph. The Epic of Kings
  • While the knights turned their horses, and rode back to the distance of about a hundred and fifty yards, Quentin, looking to the ladies, bent low on his saddlebow, as if desiring their favourable regard, and as they streamed towards him their kerchiefs, in token of encouragement, the two assailants had gained the distance necessary for their charge. Quentin Durward
  • Just as Avatre got under the plummeting body, arced herself with grace and power, and caught him across the saddlebow something dark bloomed on the cliff below them. Aerie
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  • Mariana de Talavera, who will also explain to you in what circumstances you may lawfully Kill your King and whether you had better hand him his poison in a goblet or smear it for him upon his robe or his saddlebow. A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
  • They rode down into the caldera carrying the Winchesters upright before them in the saddlebow. No Country For Old Men
  • They had revived under his smouldering regard, and I guessed she was having delicious shivers at the thought of him sweeping her off at his saddlebow and having his wicked will of her by the shores of Gitchee-Gununee. Isabelle
  • She rode with Lelie half in her arms, half-sitting on the padded saddlebow, and talked to her daughter. HAMMERFALL
  • My name is Sengi," he said, leaning an elbow on Jiro's saddlebow and looking down at the gatekeeper. 2005
  • A third time he approached in the same manner, when the Christian knight, desirous to terminate this elusory warfare, in which he might at length have been worn out by the activity of his foeman, suddenly seized the mace which hung at his saddlebow, and, with a strong hand and unerring aim, hurled it against the head of the Emir, for such and not less his enemy appeared. The Talisman
  • With his hand on his saddlebow, he was ready to dismount and stab the wolf, when she suddenly thrust her head up from among that mass of dogs, and then her forepaws were on the edge of the gully. War and Peace

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